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Tuesday, 13 November 2007

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Alaska's corruption "a storm in a teacup" according to one seasoned journo

Alaska - (Sanctimonious Denial Mess): Retired publisher of the Ketchicken Daily News Lew M Williams Jr has started a furious row over remarks that show he may have been hired by sources close to the infamous Alaskan Corrupt Bastards Club to sanitise the controversy surrounding graft trials of state and national lawmakers and their big oil puppetmasters.

His remarks defending douchebag politicians and VECO bosses have stunned readers and sent many running to the nearest vomitorium.

Writing in the The Voice of the Times Williams' defense of the CBC scandal has told readers to:

"Buck up!...Alaska has a long way to go to be as corrupt as some other states or major cities, including our nation's capital" - a statement that has doubtlessly warmed the cockles of Sen Ted Stevens' heart as well as those of his son Ben.

"Maybe he'll be called as a character witness by the defense teams," a Juneau source said today.

"But we think he should be tested for amnesia first though, and have his bank account cross-referenced against those VECO offshore trusts that doshed up Wyehrich, Kohring, Anderson et al."

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